volume 71, issue 10, P2142-2151 2018
DOI: 10.1177/1747021817738720
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Abstract: Previous studies showed that the magnitude information conveyed by sensory cues, such as length or surface, influences the ability to compare the numerosity of sets of objects. However, the perceptual nature of this representation and how it interacts with the processes involved in numerical judgements remain unclear. This study aims to address these issues by studying the interference of length on numerosity under different perceptual and response conditions. The first experiment shows that the influence of l…

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